Dennis House Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Fox 3

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Biography

This is what you need to know about Dennis House, an American Emmy-Award winning journalist and a political show moderator. He currently works for Eyewitness News 3 (Fox 3). Dennis has been named one of the “12 Most Influential People” by Hartford Magazine, Eyewitness News anchor and Face the State moderator Dennis House has been a mainstay on Channel 3 since 1992.

Age|Birthday

Dennis House was born on 11 th, September 1964 in Norwood, Massachusetts, United States. He celebrates his birthdays on 11 September every year.

Height

  • Not Known

Parents|Family

Dennis credited his family for their support in his education and career, although he is yet to reveal their identity, it’s pretty sure that House is a family man.

Wife

Dennis is married to Kara Sudlun. They both tied the knot on August 2003 at St. Augustin’s Church in Newport. They are blessed with two wonderful children Helena and Julian.

Education

Dennis graduated from Xaverian Brothers High school.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in foreign affairs from Assumption College. 

Salary

Dennis receives an annual salary of $77, 000 a year. This is according to Fox 3news salary.

Net Worth

Dennis has an approximate net worth of $10k to 100k. His career as a news anchor is a primary source of income.

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Dennis is an American Emmy-Award winning journalist and a political show moderator. He currently works for Eyewitness News 3 (Fox 3). Dennis has been named one of the “12 Most Influential People” by Hartford Magazine, Eyewitness News anchor and Face the State moderator Dennis House has been a mainstay on Channel 3 since 1992. In 2018 he was inducted into Silver Circle of the New England Chapter of Television Arts and Sciences for his years of service to the viewers of Connecticut. 

Before joining Fox 3 station he worked at KPRI-TV in Providence, R.I, and he later joined WMUR-TV in Manchester, N.H. From there, he went to WREX-TV in Rockford, Ill., where he worked as a weekend anchor. He was also a weekend sports anchor and news reporter at WWMT-TV.